NetGenics To Link Synergy Framework To Japanese Biochemical Pathways Database | GenomeWeb

CLEVELAND--NetGenics announced last week that biochemical pathways data from the Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG), a public, multiorganism database developed by the Japanese Human Genome Program, will soon be added to NetGenics' Synergy framework. In addition to working collaboratively with the Kyoto group to integrate the database into Synergy, NetGenics will become a designated KEGG distributor and will provide funding to the Institute for Chemical Research at Kyoto University to support a postdoctoral researcher who will work on KEGG.

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